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thunderbolt a bolt of lightning accompanied by thunder. [2 definitions]
thunderclap a single loud clap of thunder, or a similar sound.
thundercloud a large dark storm cloud charged with electricity that produces lightning and thunder; cumulonimbus. [2 definitions]
thunderhead the enlarged, rounded, upper portion of a thundercloud that is the sign of a coming storm.
thunderous producing a sound of or like thunder.
thundershower a brief shower of rain accompanied by lightning and thunder.
thundersquall a brief violent thunderstorm.
thunderstone any of various stones, fossils, or prehistoric tools that in former times were believed to have been hurled to the ground as thunderbolts.
thunderstorm a brief electrical storm usu. accompanied by heavy rain and high winds.
thunderstruck amazed, awed, or stunned.
thundery accompanied with, indicating, or sounding like thunder; thunderous.
thunk1 dialetical past tense and past participle of the verb "think."
thunk2 non-reverberating sound such as that made when something heavy falls to the ground.
thurible a censer.
Thurs. abbreviation of "Thursday," the fifth day of the week, occurring between Wednesday and Friday.
Thursday the fifth day of the week, occurring between Wednesday and Friday.
Thursdays on Thursdays; each Thursday; every Thursday.
thus in this way. [3 definitions]
thwack to hit or beat sharply and vigorously with something flat; whack. [3 definitions]
thwart to hinder, oppose, or frustrate. [5 definitions]
thy a possessive form of thou (used chiefly in earlier literature and religious writing); your.